Tickets available for London Youth Clubs

16 July 2014

Strong Voices is offering tickets to youth groups that work with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to Groove on down the road at the Southbank Centre.

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Strong Voices connects vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to arts and cultural opportunities. To provide more opportunities to youth groups working with these targeted groups, we are able to offer tickets to some of London’s most exciting cultural activities: trips to West End shows, to leading theatre, dance and music venues and includes post show talks with the cast and crew.

  • Youth organisations that work with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people can get tickets for just £1.50 per young person (normally tickets are at least £30 each).

  • This is for young people aged 15-19 (up to 25 for those with disabilities) and each group must bring a minimum of 10 young people (maximum 50).

  • The arts organisations can tailor their activities for additional needs if notified in advance.

  • If the £1.50 cost per young person is a barrier, do contact us to arrange a flexible offer


Groove on down the road

We have tickets available for this event on August 20 2014 at 7pm at the Southbank Centre.

Groove down the road is an exhilarating dance adventure for the whole family. It follows the success of hit shows Into The Hoods and Some Like It Hip Hop, and its popular world premiere in 2013, Groove On Down The Road bursts back into Queen Elizabeth Hall. The show re-imagines the beloved story of The Wizard Of Oz, showcasing the phenomenal dance talent of a new generation of ZooNation performers aged 10 to 19.

The show it's an original new vision of a classic tale, featuring music by Stevie Wonder, Justin Timberlake, Janet Jackson, José González, Janelle Monáe and Miguel.

To book tickets for your youth club please email Emma Pask

For more information about the Strong Voices programme go here

This offer is delivered in partnership with Mousetrap Theatre Projects, a charity dedicated to bringing the magic of theatre into the lives of young people.

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